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Why Fly to Hanoi?
For more than a thousand years, Hanoi has been the political and cultural capital of what is now Vietnam. Though it has struggled through multiple wars, the city has weathered these conflicts well, and many of its centuries-old architectural marvels remain. Today, cheap flights to Hanoi and a booming hotel scene make it possible to experience this unique city yourself, even on a limited budget. Search and compare tickets online to find the lowest priced fares.
Which Airlines Fly to Hanoi?
Hanoi is served by Noi Bai International Airport (HAN), the busiest international air gateway in Northern Vietnam. Though you can’t fly nonstop from the U.S. to Hanoi, several airlines based in Europe and Asia offer flights from the U.S. that make single connections at their respective main hubs. These include Qatar Airways, Thai Airways International, China Airlines and Hong Kong-based Dragonair. Most of these flights depart from the busiest U.S. airports, including Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Newark, O’Hare in Chicago and JFK in New York. The busiest connection points include Bangkok, Hong Kong and Moscow.
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Hanoi Flight Tips
If you’re having trouble finding a Hanoi flight that meets your budget and schedule, consider searching for flights to Ho Chi Minh City, the main international air gateway in Southern Vietnam. If you can find a better flight with this route, you can easily book a cheap domestic flight to Hanoi with Vietnam Airlines.
Quick Travel Guide to Hanoi
If you like to experience life as the locals do when you visit a new city, few destinations in Asia are as rewarding as Hanoi. Its residents are famously outgoing and friendly, particularly to travelers from outside of Vietnam, and it’s easy to find great restaurants, bars and other spots in the city by asking the Hanoians who strike up conversations with you. Hanoi’s Old Quarter, its most historic area, is a compact neighborhood with a winding tangle of busy streets that make it fun to get lost. Grabbing a bowl of pho and a cold local beer at one of the many shack-like eateries or strolling the perimeter of the scenic Hoan Kiem Lake are simple but unforgettable experiences that make the Old Quarter popular among tourists, but there’s also great sightseeing in the neighborhood. Prominent points of interest include the Bach Ma Temple, the most famous of the Old Quarter temples, and Quan Su Pagoda, an active Buddhist temple that dates back to the 15th century. This neighborhood is also where you’ll find the most memorable and cleverly designed hotels in Hanoi.
Get up early to visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, open only in the mornings, where the revolutionary leader’s embalmed body remains on display to visitors. Nearby, don’t miss the Ho Chi Minh Museum, One Pillar Pagoda and the Museum of the Vietnamese Revolution, an enthralling and thorough series of exhibits covering the country’s conflicts with France and the United States.
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